Our Charlotte premises liability lawyers hold more than a century’s worth of combined legal experience. During that time, our firm has developed a sophisticated premises liability practice as part of our larger commitment to personal injury matters.
We fight on behalf of our clients against insurance adjusters and large law firms that seek to minimize our clients’ suffering to protect their own bottom lines. In doing so, we have developed a comprehensive understanding of our legal community, including how certain judges rule on cases, how particular insurance adjusters handle claims and how opposing counsel strategizes in and out of the courtroom. Our attorneys incorporate this knowledge into every legal representation we undertake.
Neglect is a dangerous thing. Ignoring a growing crack in a sidewalk, or a hand-rail that is slowly falling off the wall can cause an innocent bystander to suffer a serious slip-and-fall. Our experienced premises liability attorneys address some of North Carolina’s most complicated premises liability matters, including those involving falling trees and inadequate security. We will investigate your injury for ourselves by gathering the relevant facts and any available evidence.
Because these matters can often be time-sensitive, we encourage potential clients to contact us promptly. As time passes, witnesses forget more details, evidence becomes unavailable and facts are forgotten. Let our firm show you the difference that our hallmark client-centered approach to legal practice can make in your case. We work closely with each of our clients to provide them with case strategies that are tailored to the specific needs of their cases.
Your most important tool is information, which is why we encourage potential clients to schedule an initial consult by calling us at 704-377-5242. This appointment will allow us to learn more about your situation and discuss your options with you. We can also be reached online, where all your communications with us remain confidential. The sooner you contact us, the fresher any evidence or testimony is. Now is always the best time to contact an attorney to fight for you.
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